The name of this property originates from the oldest Polynesian civilization, the ancestors of Tahitians: the Lapita people. A museum has even been devoted to them in the domain.
Built on the oldest archealogical site in Huahine surrounding a lake, this charming property is bordered by a white sand beach where you can watch the sunset over the neighboring island of Raiatea.Situated on a plot of 31 818m2, it is conveniently located near the airport and only 5 minutes from the main town of the island.
The 32 bungalows scattered throughout this idyllic setting have been designed and decorated in a Polynesian style while combining tradition with modern comfort. The architecture of these bungalows is reminiscent of the ancient Polynesian canoes.
Nestled in the gardens, or set along the lakefront, each is fully equipped with air conditioning, TV, telephone, mini bar, safe, hair dryer and bathroom with shower.
This ecologically sensitive property was built using the latest technology in terms of renewable energy. Energy optimization of the facilities was an integral part of the architectural concept. The choice of construction systems and materials was guided by the desire to create a luxury establishment composed of modern technologies, while using traditional local methods and materials.